Mag 150 with Carbon Axle?

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whydobearsxplod
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by whydobearsxplod

What am I looking at here?

TUNE-MAG-150-CARBON

Seems like a mag 150 with a carbon axle. Is this an aftermarket mod or something Tune sold/sells?

Here's a pic for when eBay listing expires.

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by whydobearsxplod

While we are on the topic of Tune lore, whatever happened to the 96g Mag 90? Was that produced or just for show?

http://www.bikeradar.com/us/news/articl ... hub-23279/

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by alcatraz

How much is it with the freehub?

Extralite makes rear hubs at 128gr with the freehub and the DS flange is straight pull.

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ms6073
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by ms6073

whydobearsxplod wrote:What am I looking at here?

You are looking at a Tune rear hub that appears to be missing both the freehub and inner bearings. It should look like this.

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whydobearsxplod
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by whydobearsxplod

Right. Not sure what I was thinking. So this might be a standard mig 150. No carbon axle?

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by ms6073

The Enve 66 carbon tubular wheelset I used to own had a Tune Mag 150 rear hub with a carbon axle and red alloy freehub as pictured above and I recall it was sub 200-grams.
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